On-Stage Debuts the GS8730 Wall-Mounted Guitar Hangers

The hangers come in five different finishes and features an automatic lock.

Anaheim, CA (December 17, 2019) -- On-Stage will roll out its new GS8730 Wall-Mounted Guitar Hangers during The 2020 NAMM Show in Anaheim, California, at booth 10713. The GS8730 Series provides instant and safe access to guitars and basses in a space-saving design. The EVA-padded yolk provides double protection of an instrument: the ample padding cradles an instrument’s headstock while the weight-sensing automatic lock gates off access. To unlock, a player simply lifts it up and away.

“We’re very excited to offer these stylish yet secure wall-mount hangers,” said Christopher Roberts, Product Line Manager for On-Stage. “As with all On-Stage products, serious attention to detail went into the design of the GS8730. These units were constructed with crowded studios and busy households front-of-mind. The automatic lock protects instruments from bumps and pulls from both band members and children.”

The hangers are available in five finishes: Natural, Black, Cherry, Mahogany and Walnut and feature high-quality wooden components to complement any studio or music room.

A versatile, easy mounting kit and simplified instructions for connecting to studs (recommended) or sheetrock (via drywall anchors) are included.

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